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GEOG 108 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Photosynthesis, Sensible Heat, Latent Heat

Energy Energy is defined as the capacity for doing work. Einstein suggested that energy and matter are related to each other at the atomic level. Scientists could extract the atomic energy found in matter beginning in the ...

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GEOG 129 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Foreign Direct Investment, Mercosur, Digital Divide
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Geographies of Globalization Chapter Outline: 1. Geography, Globalization, and Distance a. Overcoming Distance b. Transportation, Trade, Information i. Regional Integration ...

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GEOG 129 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Earth Summit, Ecological Footprint, Non-Renewable Resource
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Humans and Environment Chapter Outline • Five Basic Facts: 1. Everything in nature is related. 2. Humans have many culturally based wants ( needs, wants, desires). 3. Human impacts incr...

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GEOG 129 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: The Canadian Geographer, Antinatalism, Prezi
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GEOG 129: Term Project PowerPoint or Prezi Methods or techniques in geography Environmental impacts Globalization Global inequalities Population GeoDemographics Political Geography Agricultural Geography Anthropocene Era ...

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GEOG 129 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ester Boserup, Marxism, Infant Mortality
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Population Geography Population Geography 1. Is it appropriate to implement policies designed to increase or decrease fertility? Or should people determine this on their own? 2. Malthus argued that our human future would b...

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GEOG 129 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Jared Diamond, Environmental Determinism, Social Stratification
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Global Inequalities Chapter Outline Overarching Question: Why does the world today comprise a collection of unequal places? 1. Explaining and identifying global inequalities a. Population and food** b. Refugees c. Disaster...

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GEOG 129 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Chorology, Spatial Analysis, Nomothetic
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Introductions Studying Human Geography Chapter 2 Outline Concepts of Human Geography: o 4 Traditions: 1. Physical 2. Regional 3. Cultural 4. Humanenvironment o Philosophical o Conceptual o Analytical 1. Philosophical Compo...

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